Robert Romano

Robert Romano is the Vice President of Public Policy at Americans for Limited Government and can be reached at [email protected]. He grew up in a suburban Long Island township. He studied and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Stony Brook University with the Class of 2008. In his free time, he composes music on piano, paints oil on canvas, and writes fiction.

Robert lives in Virginia, is married and is a father of two.

Robert Romano
11.16.2021

The real Democratic resistance

The heart of Democrats’ collective anxiety is over Biden himself, in his flailing, failing first year of his presidency. By Robert Romano Be careful what you wish for. That kernel of wisdom should be ringing in Democrats’ ears as they watch the spectacular rise of President Joe […]

11.10.2021

Is Biden’s $1.75 trillion Build Back Better spending bill in jeopardy as inflation surges to 6.2 percent?

By Robert Romano “By all accounts, the threat posed by record inflation to the American people is not ‘transitory’ and is instead getting worse. From the grocery store to the gas pump, Americans know the inflation tax is real and DC can no longer ignore the economic […]

11.08.2021

After Virginia, in 2022 GOP eyes House, Senate and governor’s seats in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania

To pick up the House, Republicans need to only net five seats, and to get the Senate, they only need to net one seat. Potential pickups in the Senate for Republicans include New Hampshire, Georgia, Colorado, Arizona and Nevada. The odds overwhelmingly favor the GOP […]

11.03.2021

Romano in CQ Researcher: Will mandates bring the pandemic under control?

Where Biden is offering coercion and risking recession should millions opt out of taking the vaccine and lose their jobs, he should try persuasion and something he apparently lacks — leadership. CQ-RESEARCHER By Robert Romano On Sept. 9, President Biden announced that as a condition for keeping their […]

11.03.2021

Youngkin shock win in Virginia vote of no confidence in Biden, portends red wave for GOP in Congress in 2022

By Robert Romano This is one of the greatest votes of no confidence in the 21st Century. Against the destructive policies of President Joe Biden, a torrent of spending that has brought back memories of the 1970s — surging inflation as the middle class are taxed their […]

11.01.2021

Democrat Spending Bill Taxes the Rich and the Poor

Thanks to the endless spending, the economy is definitely overheating resulting in stagflation, but has Congress noticed? By Robert Romano “No one got everything they wanted, including me, but that’s what compromise is. That’s consensus. And that’s what I ran on.” That was President Joe Biden on Oct. 28 […]

10.27.2021

Youngkin closing gap in Virginia an ominous sign for Biden and Democrats in 2022 midterms

The fact that the Virginia race is even close is probably a very good sign for Republicans headed into 2022, as Virginia has trended blue since 2013. By Robert Romano The latest Emerson poll in Virginia has the gubernatorial race between Republican challenger Glenn Youngkin and former Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe a statistical […]

10.25.2021

As Biden approval rating tanks and legislative agenda languishes, Congress struggles to finish work on $3.5 trillion stimulus

If Biden spends all his political capital on big spending bills, that could mean his legislative agenda is already almost over. By Robert Romano Believe it or not, President Joe Biden’s first term of office is already 20 percent over, and with 2021 almost in the rear-view […]

10.21.2021

NIH admits that under Ecohealth grant at Wuhan lab, mice infected with novel coronavirus ‘became sicker’ than those infected with a natural bat coronavirus

“I will repeat, the NIH…categorically has not funded gain of function research to be conducted in the Wuhan Institute of Virology.” – Dr. Anthony Fauci By Robert Romano The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has issued a letter from Lawrence Tabak, Principal Deputy Director of the agency, to U.S. […]

10.19.2021

Biden struggles to pass $3.5 trillion spending bill amid concerns economy is overheating

We literally printed money to cover every bit of the debt that has been incurred due to the Covid pandemic and lockdowns. Now, it looks like the economy is overheating. By Robert Romano The Consumer Price Index has increased 5.4 percent the past twelve months amid an unprecedented spendathon by Congress and two presidential […]

10.19.2021

Biden’s $3.5 trillion spending bill will force Medicaid expansion on 12 states including Texas and Florida

By Robert Romano Editor’s note: this is the second in a series of stories from the Americans for Limited Government Foundation looking at the top ten most dangerous measures in the Biden-Schumer- Pelosi $3.5 Trillion “Wreck-conciliation” spending bill. 12 states that opted out of Medicaid expansion under […]

10.13.2021

Biden’s $3.5 trillion spending bill will create permanent new entitlement programs in education and child care

Here is a brief look at 10 massive items in the bill that, taken together, will fundamentally transform American society by expanding entitlements from the cradle to the grave. Editor’s note: this is the first in a series of stories from the Americans for Limited […]

10.12.2021

Biden reinstates catch and release with more than 227,000 illegal aliens released since Jan. 2021

This is a return to the chaos and lawlessness on the border across party lines that preceded Trump’s tenure of office and serves as a partial reminder of why Trump was elected in the first place. By Robert Romano President Joe Biden has reinstated “catch and release,” […]

10.08.2021

As expanded unemployment benefits end and states reopen, U.S. slowly recovers from Covid lockdowns

By Robert Romano 2 million more Americans say they have jobs today than just three months ago, the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ household survey shows , as the unemployment rate dropped to 4.8 percent in September and states continue reopening from the Covid pandemic. The recent acceleration of Americans reentering the work force, particularly in the household survey, comes as expanded […]

10.07.2021

Post-Trump, GOP ditches Chamber of Commerce, globalism, woke corporatism

The Trump reckoning in the GOP was going to come to a head one way or another, where Republican leaders would have to choose between their own constituents’ interests or corporate monied interests whose agenda was at odds with grassroots Republicans. By Robert Romano “I didn’t even […]

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